New York City's two elevator museums have very different missions: the Long Island City Elevator Historical Society exhibits elevator memorabilia and the Museum displays objects in a freight elevator.
We take you inside the Livingston Masonic Library, which contains not only books but also artifacts dating back to the founding of the United States.
Think Biblical art is trite, traditional, tired? A visit to the Museum of Biblical Art is certain to prove you wrong!
Just when you thought you'd seen everything... we bring you inside the one and only Troll Museum, run by Reverend Jen, who has too many trolls to count.
Gagosian Gallery pays homage to Basquiat, one of New York City's greatest street artists of the '80s, in an exhibition featuring over 50 works from public and private collections.
The Morbid Anatomy Library, part of Proteus Gowanus, boasts a grotesque collection of curios from baby animals in jars to post-mortem photos and lots more.
Untapped explores the gay bars of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, a Muslim nation where homosexuality is not only considered a sin, people can be imprisoned for it.